Laurent Duvernay-Tardif plays pro football for the Kansas City Chiefs. He's also been going to medical school for eight years. Last week he finished and now he's a doctor.
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Xia Boyu lost both feet after trying to climb Mount Everest. Later, he lost both legs. Last week he became the second person with two artificial legs to climb Mount Everest.
Ramadan is a special month for Muslims. During Ramadan, adult Muslims do not eat or drink during the daytime. This can be very hard for athletes.
Andre Ingram was 32 when he played his first NBA game. He's the oldest "new" NBA player since 1964. He surprised fans by scoring 19 points in his first game.
A group of female soccer players has set two world records. In 2017, they played a soccer game at the highest height ever reported. Last week, they played a game at the lowest spot.
The US has two new college basketball champions. On Sunday, Notre Dame won the NCAA women's title. Last night Villanova became the NCAA men's champions.
Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in less than four minutes, has died. Bannister's 1954 run made news around the world. It also changed people's ideas about what humans could do.
Athletes at the 2018 Winter Olympics are facing tough conditions. The weather has been very cold, there have been strong winds, and there was even an earthquake.
The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 to become the winners of Super Bowl LII (52).
American soccer star Landon Donovan has stopped playing soccer twice. Now he says he will play again for a team in Mexico.